APH:Italy brothers meet Kaa 1Well it happened AGAIN! Apparently Italy had trouble sleeping again. He couldn't take his normal siestas like he usually did. With that he went to look for his big brother, Romano, and see if he could help him out.APH:Italy brothers meet Kaa 1 by ~punkanimelover
"Ve~ Onii-chan! I can't sleep!" said the younger Italian.
"Hm? Well what the hell do you want me to do about it, stupid fratello" replied the older one.
"Count sheep for me again!"
"What?! Why should I?! You can count sheep yourself!"
"Ve~ But Nii-san! It's better if you do it for me! I can sleep faster!"
"Ve ve ve ve!" Italy said bugging his older brother.
As they were arguing, there happened to be a small incident that around the same time. At a nearby zoo, they had just imported a new snake from India. Unfortunately, one of the zookeepers had accidently opened the box that held the snake in it while trying to organize some other stuff. The snake, known as Kaa, took his chance and escaped while he could. As he got out and searched his s
The Sunday America Came...((Hypno Fic, RusAme))It was Sunday. Of course, it wasn't Sunday unless there was a breeze. Saturdays had perfect weather. Mondays were supposed to be cloudier and gray. Even Friday was supposed to be sunny to reflect the weekend fun that would be fun. So, this had to be a perfectly breezy Sunday, with Monday rolling around the corner.The Sunday America Came...((Hypno Fic, RusAme)) by ~NummyKittens
Russia of all nations, enjoyed a breezy Sunday at his house. No Belarus. No Ukraine. No one else but him. He didn't even want the Baltics around. Breezy Sundays were HIS Sundays. Something that he owned to himself.
The nation sighed, contently lying in his bed and deciding what he'd do on this lazy, breezy Sunday. Read a book? Watch a movie? Sleep in? Draw? Go to the park? So many options, so little time. Sundays made him feel like a kid again.
And then, it was all ruined by the door bell.
It's annoying chime made Russia frown as he got up, quickly getting his clothing on before going to the door, a bit miffed that someone came to see him on his perfect Sunday. He opened the